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Paulie leads Ireland and the minor Munster title - Limerick's 2014 sporting highlights

Memorable days in Thomond Park, camogie champions and beating the Black Ferns.

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1. Kilmallock claim the Munster senior club hurling title for the first time in 20 years

Philip O'Loughlin celebrates after the final whistle Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

2. Paul O’Connell leads Ireland to Six Nations victory, and a clean sweep of the November Tests

Paul O'Connell prepares to lift the trophy Source: James Crombie/INPHO

3. July sees the Limerick minor hurlers retain their Munster championship trophy after a replay

Limerick captain Cian Lynch celebrates with the team after winning the Munster GAA Hurling Minor Championship trophy Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

4. Munster have a superb day at Thomond Park in April, comprehensively beating Toulouse in the Heineken Cup

Dave Kilcoyne celebrates his try with Paul O'Connell Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

5. Limerick beat Kilkenny in the final of the Liberty Insurance Intermediate Camogie Championship in September

Aoife Sheehan and Mairead Fitzgerald celebrate 14/9/2014 Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

6. Andy Lee sees off Matt Korborov in Las Vegas to be crowned World Boxing Organization middleweight champion

Andy Lee 9/2/2013 Source: ©Russell Pritchard/Presseye

7. Ardscoil Rís win the Dr Harty Cup for the third time in five years

A general view of hurling

8. Paracyclist Eoghan Clifford wins two world titles

General view of a Limerick flag 12/7/2008 Source: Lorraine O'Sullivan/INPHO

9. Crescent College secure a second consecutive Munster Schools Senior Cup, beating Limerick rivals Ardscoil Rís

The Crescent College team celebrate with the cup Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

10. Crescent also enjoy a run into the final of the Junior Cup, although PBC prevail

Peter Hickey Source: James Crombie/INPHO

11. Murroe Boher win an All-Ireland Junior title and celebrate in style

Murroe Boher v St. Ciaran's - TESCO Homegrown All Ireland Junior Club Championship Final Source: Ray Ryan/SPORTSFILE

12. Seamus Hickey and Shane Dowling pick up Allstar awards

GAA GPA All-Star Awards 2014 Sponsored by Opel Source: Paul Mohan/SPORTSFILE

13. Limerick shift one place up the Airtricity League Premier Division table to finish sixth

Rory Gaffney celebrates scoring a goal Source: James Crombie/INPHO

14. Gillian Bourke and Fiona Hayes help Ireland to beat New Zealand at the Women’s Rugby World Cup

Gillian Bourke celebrates Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

15. 18-year-old Rathkeale man Ian O’Sullivan wins gold at the International Shooting Sport Federation World Championships in Granada

General View File photo. Source: INPHO

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